When I Am Weak, Then I Am Strong: Keeping Faith Through Adversities

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WestBow Press, Jul 27, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 148 pages
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Have you lived through a chronic illness or a tragic event in your life? Did you question how God could use such a horrific incident for his glory?

When I Am Weak Then I Am Strong is an account of the many varied experiences that Pam Gray endured and how God used each of these occasions to strengthen her faith. Later, God used these heartbreaking episodes to benefit others who were going through the same thing. Pam found that when she was at her weakest points in life, that is when God made her strong.


How to cope during a traumatic event or devastating diagnosis

How to keep your faith during adversities

How to minister to others

How to make your life count

How miracles still happen today

God can use your tragedy so that others can see Jesus Christ and his wondrous grace, love, and mercy.


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About the author (2011)

Pam Gray is an inspirational woman who has served the Lord with her husband for thirty-seven years. They currently reside in Huntsville, Texas, and have three lovely grown daughters and nine beautiful grandchildren.

Pam is a speaker, teacher, and ordained minister's wife who has served in six different states and on the Mission Field in the third-world country of St. Vincent.

Pam loves to encourage others to keep their faith as they face the many challenges of life. She herself endures several chronic medical conditions and has been through numerous traumatic events. She knows firsthand the struggles of standing strong in faith as the world around you seems to be crumbling down. Pam, Bob, and the girls have lived in times of plenty and times of need. They continue to grasp the concept of "learning to be content, whatever their circumstances."

You are welcome to contact Pam at keepingthefaith19@att.net.

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